St. Patrick’s Day Fabric Scrap and Burlap Scrap Bunting

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St. Patrick’s Day Fabric Scrap and Burlap Scrap Bunting

St. Patrick’s Day Fabric Scrap and Burlap Scrap Bunting

I had some left over fabric from some St. Patrick’s Day no sew hand towels I made. I am lacking in my decorations this year so I decided to make a St. Patrick’s Day Fabric Scrap and Burlap Scrap Bunting. My leftovers were the perfect amount.

I had made a banner similar to this one for a Vintage Themed Baby Shower I did. You can see the full tutorial for it there. These two fabric quarters were perfect for making a hand towel and this bunting. Score! So cheap (less than $5 for both)!

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Anyway, the difference between this bunting and the scrap fabric bunting I made for the baby shower was this…

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I used this awesome Fiskars Rotary Cutter and Ruler that pretty much cut my time in half when making this!  It was so ah-mazing and cut the lines perfectly clean. All you need is the cutter and a cutting mat and with one swipe you have a perfectly straight line.  No need for scissors! Oh… and so much easier to use this when cutting the burlap as well. I highly recommend it if you couldn’t tell.

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I cut my strips of fabric and burlap and then knotted them to some rope I had left over as well from these nautical inspired thrift store rope vases I made. I altered the two patterns and a burlap strip.

St. Patrick’s Day Fabric Scrap Bunting

I love the mix of fabric and burlap. As you may or may not know, crafting with burlap is messy! Make sure you have your garbage can handy!

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Here are a couple more St. Patty’s Day ideas including a free printable to make a banner.

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7 Comments

  1. I love these pretty tie scrap fabric garlands, this one is SO pretty.
    Here in the UK only Irish people do anything for St Patrick’s day and it mostly involves going to the pub or Irish club, I’m always surprised to see how widely celebrated it seems to be, particularly in the US. It was St Andrew’s day just the other day, that’s a Welsh thing – I guess not a lot happens for that anywhere but Wales!

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